People of the Dreamtime

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Ref. No.: 280

Country: Australia
Year: 19.09.1988
Dur: 38.05

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Stemming largely from the pioneering work of an Australian Anglican priest begun in the 1930s, there has been a growing fascination in Australia with Aboriginal art, culture and religion. A society which was once thought of as primitive and contemptible is now seen to have been complex and sophisticated, and having something important to say to modern man. People of the Dreamtime explores aspects of Aboriginal art, culture and religion.

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